While I don’t call myself a Swiftie, I do think consider myself Swiftie adjacent since my Gen Z daughter and a bestie are totally in the culture. And even I know what a V-Big Moment May 5, 2023, in Nashville, was for the Swiftieverse. Taylor announced that Speak Now Taylors Version would drop on July 7, 2023, at her Era’s Tour Concert. And the reactions and Taylor Swift memes were glorious! Here are the Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) memes we love.
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Why Is Taylor Swift Re-Recording Some Of Her Albums?
And as you may have already heard, she recently announced the release of “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)”!
Why is she doing this and why is “Speak Now” particularly important to her? Let’s dive in!
Firstly, you may be wondering why Taylor is re-recording her old albums in the first place. Well, it all comes down to ownership and control.
In 2019, Taylor famously feuded with music executive Scooter Braun after he acquired the rights to her first six albums (up to “Reputation”) through his acquisition of Big Machine Records. Taylor had been with Big Machine since the beginning of her career, but the sale of her masters to Braun’s company meant she had no control over her own music.
This is where re-recording comes in. By recording new versions of her old songs, Taylor will own the rights to those recordings and have more control over their use. It’s a way for her to take back ownership of her music and assert her artistic autonomy.
And a way for fans to support her by choosing to buy and stream the (Taylor’s Version) songs vs the originals.
Full List of Taylor’s Version Albums
- “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” (2021): This was the first re-recorded album that Taylor released, and it includes all the tracks from the original “Fearless” album (2008), plus six previously unreleased songs “From The Vault.”
- “Red (Taylor’s Version)” (2021): This album features all the tracks from Taylor’s original “Red” album (2012), plus one additional song “Message in a Bottle” that was also previously unreleased.
- “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version).”
- “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” (2023): This album will feature all the tracks from Taylor’s original “Speak Now” album (2010) and is set to be released on July 7, 2023. Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) will have 22 SONGS including 6 songs from the vault.
- The remaining two albums that Taylor has yet to re-record are “Taylor Swift” (2006) and “Reputation” (2017).
Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) Pre-Order And Listen July 7
Now, let’s talk about “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” specifically. This album is particularly important to Taylor because it marks a significant moment in her career.
“Speak Now” was released in 2010, at a time when Taylor was still establishing herself as a serious songwriter and artist. It was the last album she released before the fame and success of “Red,” “1989,” and beyond propelled her to superstardom.
But more than that, “Speak Now” is a deeply personal album for Taylor. She wrote all the songs herself, without any co-writers, and many of the tracks are inspired by real-life experiences and relationships.
In a sense, “Speak Now” was the first time Taylor fully realized the power and potential of her songwriting abilities. Re-recording this album is a way for her to revisit that time in her life and reclaim ownership of those songs.
Additionally, “Speak Now” has a special place in many fans’ hearts. It’s an album that resonated deeply with listeners and helped establish Taylor as one of the biggest artists of her generation.
Re-recording the album is a way to honor that legacy and give fans a chance to revisit those songs with fresh ears.
And to make sure Queen Taylor gets PAID because she deserves it.
Taylor Swift Memes: Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) Meme
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Patty Holliday is a parent movie reviewer, writer, and podcaster living in the Washington, DC area. Her goal is to bridge the gap between casual fandom and picky critic with parent movie and television reviews. As a lifelong fangirl and pop culture connoisseur, she’s been creating online since 2009. You can find her work at No-Guilt Disney.com, No-Guilt Fangirl.com, No-Guilt Life, and as host of the top-rated No-Guilt Disney Podcast.